• Cine MRI (ejection fraction, ventricular mass)
  • Cardiac tagging (strain imaging)
  • Delayed Gd enhancement (infarct volume)
  • CEST MRI (creatine quantification)

Figure 1: End diastolic frames from cine MRI acquisitions in live mice. (left) Short axis view at the mid-ventricular level. (middle) Long axis view of the ventricles and aortic root. (right) Systolic frame from tagged cine MRI in a normal mouse.